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This Guy Found Hitler’s Secret French Bunker

Now that Askat had located the bunker, he had to find a way in. The doors and windows were covered with rusty shutters—designed to keep intruders out. The entrance looks like something out of an Indian Jones film and for ...

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Google is buying HTC’s Pixel team for $1.1 billion

HTC will continue focusing on its own smartphone and Vive businesses. After weeks (months, and years) of speculation, HTC has announced that its “Powered by HTC” R&D division — the team behind Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones — will ...

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Delivery drones coming to Switzerland could revolutionize medicine

Next month, Switzerland’s hospitals will be equipped with a potentially revolutionary autonomous drone delivery network. Healthcare providers and a Menlo Park, California company called Matternet have teamed up to implement the system across the country. And on Wednesday, Matternet announced ...

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Mexico Earthquake: Little Boy Describes Horrifying Escape From Collapsed School

A little boy who’s lucky to be alive said he does not know how he managed to survive the horrifying escape from his Mexico City school after a powerful earthquake that killed more than 200 people destroyed the building while ...

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Japan earthquake: Magnitude 6.1 tremors hit east coast

An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.1 has been detected off the coast of Japan. The US Geological Survey said that the earthquake struck about 175 miles south east of Kamaishi, and around 200 miles east of Fukushima. It is ...

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Hospital allows kids to drive to operating room

The staff at Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego are working to make being sick a little better. The hospital unveiled a collection of remote controlled cars that allow young patients to ‘drive’ themselves to the operating room.

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Third man arrested in London Tube attack investigation.

British counter terror police arrested two more people in relation to the London underground attack – bringing the number to five.

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Break up of Iraq would pose major problem

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has confirmed media reports that two Turkish intelligence officials have been captured by Kurdish rebels in neighboring northern Iraq. Cavusoglu’s comments were the first confirmation by a Turkish official of Kurdish and other media reports ...

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France sends Aid to Island hit by Hurricane Maria

Hurricane Maria barrelled toward Puerto Rico after wreaking widespread devastation on Dominica. Leaders in the small Caribbean island sent out an emotional plea for help, but an ominous silence followed as the country lost all communications.

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Goodwill visit to Sungai Basong

The unique art as well as cultural heritage of the communities in the Tutong District are among the highlights of a goodwill visit by a delegation led by the High Commissioner of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh to the country. ...

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